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    basicallysuperman asked: Hey, I don't really know where else to go. But I was wondering if you knew about any opportunities for young people to live in Canada for a year or so. A friend of mine moved to Norway and did a similar thing. He lives in dormitories with other people and does all these outdoors activities everyday. Do you know if there's anything like this in Canada? Thanks


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    anyone? :)

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    po1potterhead asked: To respond to the question about our summer weather, because of the Polar Vortex this past winter, I can tell you that the weather has been unseasonably cool in Southern Ontario. However, I can't speak for the rest of the country. It's only gone above 30 degrees twice this summer, and usually the temperature hits above 30 in Ontario and in other parts of the country, give or take five or ten degrees cooler on the coast and far north. But to wrap it all up, it's usually pretty hot in summer.


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    oddandproud asked: The temperature in Canada varies from place to place. In Toronto and the GTA- as well as some places in the praries- summers can be 20-35 degrees while in PEI, it would rarely go above 20 in summer and obviously, up north is rather cold all year round c: But for the most part, summers are more mild than places down south.


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    cathrine-rose asked: Quick question, I know Canadians have a reputation for brushing off cold weather (eg. considering it mild when others would start wrapping up in scarves and hats) but what about the opposite end of the spectrum. What would you consider to be hot? I'm Irish, and I think 20 degrees plus Celcius is summer dress weather. I'm in Greece right now and its regularly hitting 35. I met some Canadians today and heard them saying it wasn't too hot. Are you all this nuts or were they outliers?


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    montreal-photos:

Montreal Photos: The city lights at sunrise can become lines, and the sky a blur. • Les lumières de la ville au lever du soleil peuvent aussi devenir des lignes, et le ciel devenir flou.

    montreal-photos:

    Montreal Photos: The city lights at sunrise can become lines, and the sky a blur. • Les lumières de la ville au lever du soleil peuvent aussi devenir des lignes, et le ciel devenir flou.

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    Anonymous asked: To any non-Canadian: I don't live in Canada, but I have been there (both urban Toronto and rural parts) many times. Some adjustment to "outdoor life" (aka getting used to snow, weather conditions in nature, etc.) is necessary. But for anyone who enjoys said "outdoor life," the payoff is great in the warmer seasons of the year. Toronto is a great city just a few hours away from beautiful lakes and lush forests. (For some odd reason, rock people. Is that a Canadian thing I don't get??)


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    nicolealejandraa asked: HI, everyone.. I am thinking about go to Canada on 2015 or 2016, because I've heard that it's a very good place where I can improve my english. Also, I've heard about Alberta, Calgary. My question is, anyone know where is more cheaper to study English? and if in that city there is cheaper places where live? Because I haven't relatives in there. Or maybe a job? Thank you guys


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    Anonymous asked: To the anon asking about Canada, it depends where you go. B.C. is wetter and doesn't have that much snow. Nova Scotia, PEI, anywhere near the coast has lots of harbors and has the scent of salt in the air from the sea. Saskatchewan is lots of small towns and prairies. Anywhere in Ontario or Quebec is busier and full of city life.


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    Anonymous asked: Hey, this may be a bit too broad of a question but, what's it like in Canada? I'm asking because I've always loved the idea of moving there but have no idea of what the place is like (compared to a perspective of England). I'm also wanting to visit first to get a personal feel for the place, so would also like to know where is a good place to start? P.S. I love the pictures you post of Canada, they are always so brilliant!


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    Thank you very much!

    Let’s see if any lovely Canadian wants to answer this :)

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